LG claims the UltraFine OLED hits 99% of both DCI P3 color and Adobe RGB, making it an excellent performer in the color-accurate monitor space if the specification holds true in the finished product.
The South Korean multinational electronics company LG Electronics Inc has announced the up-gradation of its 2021 TV models in a way to make it bigger, slimmer and brighter along with support for Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce cloud gaming services.
All 2021 LG OLED TVs are G-SYNC compatible, offer FreeSync Premium support and have variable refresh rate (VRR), enhanced audio return channel (eARC) and automatic low latency mode (ALLM).
The latest LG intelligent processor, the α (Alpha) 9 Gen 4 AI, revamps the performance on the newest LG OLED TV models in the Z1, G1 and C1 series, LG QNED Mini LED TV models QNED99 and QNED95 and LG NanoCell TV models NANO99 and NANO95. That could change with the new LG QNED MiniLED 4K and 8K sets.
LG OLED TVs are also easy on the eyes, without compromising picture quality. This AI is how the LG TVs can determine what kind of game is being played, and that same technology is also applied to TV shows and movies.
LG’s C1 OLED TV which won’t feature the OLED Evo panel
LG is also giving webOS a major overhaul for 2021, with a new fullscreen UI that does away with the original launcher bar. Meaning that, yeah, the LG OLED this year can effectively double as a kick ass esports display.
There's no exact timeframe for when Stadia and GeForce NOW will be available on LG TVs, but we'll be sure to let you know when that happens. The new C1 series will range in size from 48 inches to the pretty gargantuan 83 inches and include all the goodies we've come to expect from a high-end TV.
Connectivity is also mentioned in the video with USB type-C (power delivery of 90W), 2x DisplayPort (must be v1.4), 1x HDMI (unclear on which version) and 3x USB ports listed so far.